Annual Report


Operating Revenue

  Resident services revenue $17,847,756
  Investment income $2,074,932
  Contributions and Fundraising $931,638
Total Revenue $20,854,326

Operating Expenses

  Direct Care expense $10,766,543
  Management and general $571,205
  Depreciation and amortization $2,894,711
  Interest expense $596,828
  Community grants awarded $219,199
Total Expense $20,048,486

Improving the lives of children and seniors

Scroll through examples of our support in 2017-18:

Attic Angel’s Health Center began the process of transitioning its Skilled Nursing Facility license for that of a Community-Based Residential Facility (CBRF), allowing for a more homelike atmosphere even when clinical needs are great. Attic Angel’s commitment to a continuum of care assures seniors a place to call home as their health needs change.

From our families

Attic Angel Association awarded gifts and grants totaling more than $200,000 to agencies that provide mental health services for middle and high school youth, including NAMI (National Alliance on Mental Illness) and United Way’s CBITS Program (Cognitive Behavior Intervention for Trauma in Schools). Pictured is a West High School group participating in NAMI’s Raise Your Voice program, which strives to end the silence about mental health issues and nurture creativity and empathy.

Odyssey Adventurers provides counseling support for teens at or below the poverty level and promotes self-expression as a therapeutic tool. Attic Angel Association supports the program as a way to improve coping skills, enhance peer and parent support, and raise grades and attendance.

Family Service Madison also received Attic Angel support. Its Steps to Success day treatment program for mental health culminates with a "graduation" project. Participants create fabric art pieces, wrapped around a ceiling tile, that represent their time in the program and help them move forward with confidence.

Beautiful raised garden beds closer to the residence building also provided a new place to relax near the pond, thanks to the generosity of many resident families, staff and Angels.

From our families

Caring for the environment with an aim toward reducing costs for residents, Attic Angel Place’s newly installed solar panels are expected to replace 60% or more of electricity delivered by power plant to Attic Angel’s apartments.

A refreshed look and expanded seating came to the Arbor Café, an important social space for residents, visitors and staff. Food ordering technology also took a leap forward with the use of tablets in both the café and main dining room. Residents can now order from a variety of choices at mealtime, replacing advance notice of meal selection previously required.

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